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Unformatted text preview: easing the statistical power of a study is good, why does one not simply adjust these two factors as much as is needed to increase statistical power almost up to 1 (i.e., so that you nearly always correctly identify an effect as significant if there is in fact one present). Make sure you provide an answer for each of the two “controllable” factors. (6) The probability of an American being killed by lightning is one in 7 million if they are unaware of this probability. According to xkcd.com, a most reliable source, people...
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